Overheard At The Wright Houshold
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Juss: “Whose this Luna character? Why is she inportant enough to be in Harry Potter Clue? She’s not even in Griffindor!”
Mom: “Luna’s a lot of fun.”
Mom: “She’s loopy”
Juss: “Does Ron like her?”
Mom, baffled: “Ron…not particularly.”
Juss, who just heard the end of Harry Potter, Book One: “But Ron likes his hero Dumbledore because Dumbldor;s off his rocker. So if Luna’s off her rocker, why doesn’t he like her, too?”
Originally posted to Welcome to Arhyalon
|Date:||September 16th, 2010 01:31 pm (UTC)|| |
Did you get my answer to this that I wrote yesterday? I don't see it here. How really, really weird. Here it is again:
1) The demons have some control over their thoughts, particular, as they find out in the next book. So,basically, it is basically it is an attack by the enemy...but they do work through the person's vices...so her sin does play into it.
2) You can read the first (unedited) chapter of Book Three here: http://www.ljagilamplighter.com/works/prospero-daughter/837-2/
3) There was much discussion on where to put the bridge scene. Either it could go at the end of Book Two or at the beginning of Book Three. Eventually, it was decided that it just did not work at the beginning, it felt forced, so it went back into Book Two. Which is a shame, because it could have been nice to end with the victory over Abaddon and the family singing happily on the bridge.
Right. I was reading that, the happy singing...and then WHAM!
I was gobsmacked, but now after reflection, it makes a lot of sense for the event to occur.
Thanks for the link to the beginning of the third book, and I do look forward to reading it when its done and published...
|Date:||September 16th, 2010 04:50 pm (UTC)|| |
The thing I said in my lost response...which I forgot when I rewrote it...was, had it been up to me, it would have all been one book and no cliffhanger.
I wonder if ebooks really take off if that will affect length considerations...allowing for much longer works. Both John and I would benefit from such a thing. ;-)
Glad to hear you weren't so alarmed that you don't want to read the rest. If it is any comfort, the final book does have a happy ending. ;-)